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‘I am Prepared to Get Sick’: Florida Teachers Offered Free Living Wills as Schools Reopen

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  Some Florida lawyers are offering free living wills for teachers who will need to return to classrooms in the coming school year.Tampa Bay lawyer Charles Gallagher from Gallagher & Associates told NBC News that he wanted to offer free living wills for teachers after seeing a sign in a protest saying, "Teacher supplies: books, crayons, and wills."In a report from The Hill, he said around 600 teachers and school staffs have asked about free or discounted living wills from his firm.The document gives medical professionals legal instructions for a person's choice of care when the time that they can't...

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Texas Couple Beats COVID-19, Cancer, and Chemotherapy Together

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In sickness and recovery. A couple in Texas who has been married for 46 years beats COVID-19, cancer, and chemotherapy together.    A Texas couple is feeling extra blessed after they defeated COVID-19 and cancer. This time, they are now finishing their chemotherapy. Robert and Janice Beecham have been married for 46years and they still continue to live happily despite the problems they encountered in life.  Janice told the reporter of the CNN News that she is so happy that she is still alive because many people who have the same conditions with her did not survive. Imagine how painful could it...

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The Thrill of the Kill 😱😱!!!

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Special Forces I ask Misha, a Moscow Mafia hit man, the question I have always wanted to ask a murderer: "Does something change inside you as the soul leaves a man whom you have just killed?" When he has checked the corridor outside the hotel room for snoopers, taken off his fur hat, and swigged the flask of cheap American brandy I offer him, the young killer tells me that the man who takes a human life possesses a special force: "It takes a special power to kill a fellow man and it gives you a secret something—a confidence, afterward. Maybe...

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Exercise as a protective mechanism against the negative effects of oxidative stress in first-episode psychosis: a biomarker-led study

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Abstract First-episode psychosis (FEP) is a psychiatric disorder, characterised by positive and negative symptoms, usually emerging during adolescence and early adulthood. FEP represents an early intervention opportunity for intervention in psychosis. Redox disturbance and subsequent oxidative stress have been linked to the pathophysiology of FEP. Exercise training can perturb oxidative stress and rebalance the antioxidant system and thus represents an intervention with the potential to interact with a mechanism of disease. The aim of this study was to assess the effect of exercise on markers of redox status in FEP. Twenty-two young men were recruited from Birmingham Early Intervention services...

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Coronavirus and autism: how can Covid-19 affect autistic children?

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A constant feature in the news in recent days is COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus. In addition, it is no wonder: the new disease has already reached a pandemic state, contaminating people from all over the world. Moreover, at this point, many questions may arise: what is the coronavirus? Coronavirus and autism? How should we prevent ourselves? To answer these questions, we gathered information from official bodies and we counted on the help of neurologist Dr. Marcelo Masruha. Continue reading and learn more! Coronavirus and COVID-19 As it is a new disease, there is still much to...

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